Two major customers in the Port of Rotterdam do not find it sufficient that the port now plans to introduce bunker licenses to improve fuel quality and make sure that vessels receive the amount of fuel they pay for.
The two companies in question are Hafnia Management, which has 450 vessels in its bunker buying alliance, as well as dry bulk and tanker shipping company Norden, which currently operates a total fleet of 465 vessels both directly and through pools.
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